Ethics and Language

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Ethics and Language
First edition
Author C. L. Stevenson
Country England
Language English
Subject Emotivism
Publisher Yale University Press
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 338

Ethics and Language is a 1944 book by C. L. Stevenson which was influential in furthering the metaethical view of emotivism first espoused by David Hume.

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